#1 gent veteran import defensive back Lin-J Shell, who mo von miaowang123 06.09.2019 06:31

With an overall record of 53-54, including 9-6 last week, TSN football analyst Chris Schultz is back with his Week 8 selections in the NFL in Risky Business. San Diego at Denver (-7.5) Divisional game in the AFC West and on a short week both teams have challenges. For the Chargers it is to get back to ball control football and Philip Rivers efficiency. Against Kansas City they had only 21 minutes time of possession and were 3-for-10 on third down. With Denver the challenge is to come down from the high that they have after beating the 49ers 42-17. The running games on both sides will be key. For San Diego its just not the same due to injury at the running back position. For Denver Ronnie Hillman has been a nice surprise. Ill take Denver at home on a short week. Broncos. Detroit (-4) vs. Atlanta (at London) What was in recent years a suspect defence in Detroit is now the teams strength. And with the Atlanta offensive line made up of reserves it could be a good pass rushing day for Detroit. If Calvin Johnson is healthy - and he should be - Atlanta will have problems on defence too. Already Matthew Stafford has tied Bobby Lane for all-time touchdown passes in Detroit with 118, and has a chance to be the greatest Lion quarterback ever. This one will be over by 12:30 pm eastern as it is in London, England with a 9:30am start. Lions cover four, Lions. Buffalo (-3) at New York Jets Hard not to get excited for the Jets with Percy Harvin. As a player he can take a simple pass play and make it a major gain and as a kick returner, hes spectacular. The Bills go into this one without both running backs, CJ Spiller and Fred Jackson. Major advantage for jets. Jets, Jets, Jets! Chicago at New England (-6) Brandon Marshall was correct when he talked about all the talent on the Bears and how they only came up with 14 points last week against Miami. The Patriots coming off the Thursday night game needed the time to figure out how to adjust without Stevan Ridley and Jerod Mayo. The Jets ran for over 200 yards and if they give him an opportunity Matt Forte has the talent to duplicate that. This game will be the season for Chicago as a fifth loss going into the bye week and Green Bay could end their playoff hopes. Bears. Seattle (-4.5) at Carolina Both teams coming of losses as Panthers were dominated by the Packers, 38-17, and the Seahawks were embarrassed by St. Louis 28-26. Seattle is due. Two losses in a row is very unusual as it had been 51 games before back-to-back losses. Defensive team speed chasing Cam Newton all game long could make the difference. Seahawks bounce back and cover. Miami (-5.5) at Jacksonville The Dolphins are on a bit of a roll with dominant wins over Chicago and a competitive last play loss to Green Bay. Could be a good pass-rush day for Cameron Wake and Olivier Vernon as defensive ends and Lamar Miller took over nicely in place of Knowshon Moreno. The pressure is off as Jacksonville finally won its first game. The pressure is on in Miami to go from 3-3 to 4-3. I think they get it done. Miami by 7 to cover 5.5. Dolphins. Baltimore at Cincinnati (-1.5) The Bengals were completely dominated by the Colts last Sunday in Indianapolis. The Colts had 27 first downs and the Bengals had eight. In Week 1, Cincinnati did beat Baltimore on the road 23-16 but that was when AJ Green was healthy. A toe injury is always an unknown recovery time and if he had broken a bone it would have been better as it is easier to heal. How healthy is he? I just dont like the way the Bengals were totally and completely dominated by the Colts. And the Ravens defence is evolving into one of the best. Marvin Lewis has a challenge after the Patriots and Indy dominant losses over the past couple of weeks. Ravens. Houston (-1) at Tennessee I like Monday Night Football, I really do. But after the implosion by the Texans within three minutes of the second quarter, and the points explosion by Pittsburgh, I had seen enough. My television went off and I ended my Monday. Ryan Mallett is the future for the Texans. As a quarterback he has a cannon arm and confidence to match. But Ryan Fitzpatrick is the present and I think he is good. If they run Arian Foster and stay smart they win. Texans. St. Louis at Kansas City (-6.5) The Chiefs are a good 3-3 team and improving. The Rams are an up-and-down 2-4 team that does what it has to do to win. Jeff Fisher is an excellent head coach. Pass protection is always critical as Robert Quinn as a defensive end can change a game in one moment. But so can Tamba Hali and Justin Houston for the Chiefs! Chiefs! Philadelphia at Arizona (-2.5) One thing you know about Cardinal football; on any given down they will throw the ball deep and accurate. And Malcolm Floyd has a better yards-per-catch average than Larry Fitzgerald at 18.6 per catch. One thing you know about Eagle football; coming off the bye week the pace of play after play will be at an all-time high. With six games of experience fast, fast and fast is the pace. But did you know that since Carson Palmer has returned as quarterback over the course of 120 minutes of play Arizona has only trailed in points for 7 minutes and 49 seconds? Cardinals. Minnesota at Tampa Bay (-3) Interesting game as both coaches are very good. Lovie Smith is coming off the bye has a lot of talent to work with. He is figuring out who in his present personnel has the determination and work ethic to improve. Mike Zimmer has no fear. This is his team and will do things his way and given time he will produce. Two good head coaches. Bucs. Oakland at Cleveland (-7) Hmmmmm. Not sure about this. The Raiders have yet to win a game; pressure is intense and immense. Logic says take the Browns. I like logic. Browns. Indianapolis (-3) at Pittsburgh I hate numbers as they relate to football but the Colts’ dominance over the Bengals last Sunday was staggering. I know Le’Veon Bell left, right, and everywhere. And Antonio Brown here, there and everywhere. The Colts run defence is 50 yards better than last year and how about Tent Richardson, does he not look like a first round pick? Indy does two things in football extremely well: time of possession and big plays. Andrew Luck is not a check down quarterback. He’s second only to Rogers. Colts. Green Bay at New Orleans (-1.5) There is a lot of debate out there about who the best quarterback is. I dont know. But the best arm in football belongs to Aaron Rodgers. Packers. Washington at Dallas (-9) Good luck Colt McCoy. The surprise from Dallas had zero to do with offensive talent. The rotation of eight possible defensive lineman is in the extreme. And Gavin Escobar, where did this come from? Yes, I am jumping on the Dallas Cowboys train of success. Why not, it feels good! Dallas Fake Shoes Outlet . Leaning forward with both hands on his knees, Buffon appeared to be resting or somehow trying to withstand the rain. Or perhaps the 36-year-old goalkeeper and Italy captain was reflecting on this: He is only the third player in history to be part of five World Cup squads, along with Germany great Lothar Matthaus and former Mexico goalkeeper Antonio Carbajal. Cheap Shoes Fake . -- The Oakland Raiders expect to have starting right tackle Tony Pashos back for Sundays game against the Houston Texans. http://www.fakeshoesonline.com/ . Yet coming off consecutive series losses at St. Louis and Pittsburgh, Los Angeles needed some sort of spark as August approaches. The Dodgers found it in the ballpark of their biggest rival, and left the Bay Area in first place following an emphatic three-game swing. China Shoes For Sale .com) - The Tennessee Titans agreed to terms with running back Jackie Battle on a one-year contract Friday. Fake Yeezy . After the loss, White refused to make good on the bet, instead offering Hoyt tickets to a Bears game.CALGARY -- The Calgary Stampeders acquired import defensive back Dee Webb from the Hamilton Tiger-Cats on Wednesday in exchange for a conditional 2015 draft choice. The Stampeders also signed free-agent veteran import defensive back Lin-J Shell, who most recently played with the B.C. Lions. "These players possess considerable experience and provide us with depth in the secondary," Stampeders head coach and general manager John Hufnagel said in a release. "We know Dee from his first stint in Calgary and obviously our defensive co-ordinator Rich Stubler is very familiar with Lin-J from their time together in B.C." Webb originally signed with the Stamps in 2009 and played one game for the tteam that season.dddddddddddd He signed with the Toronto Argonauts in 2011 and was later traded to Hamilton. In 42 career games, he has 109 tackles, nine special-teams tackles, four interceptions and one fumble recovery. Shell, meanwhile, has 89 games of CFL experience in five seasons with the Argos and Lions. The two-time East Division all-star (2010, 11) has 280 tackles, 55 special-teams tackles, eight interceptions, two forced fumbles and nine fumble recoveries over his career. Also Wednesday, the Stampeders released import defensive back Jonathan Hefney and import receiver Tim Hawthorne. The Ticats released defensive back Arthur Hobbs and wide receivers Spencer Armstrong and Jay Diston. ' ' '

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